TEA PARTY SUCCESS !

Publié le par frenchpuma

CONGRATULATIONS ! FELICITATIONS !

TODAY'S TEA PARTIES ARE A REAL SUCCESS, JUDGING FROM THESE FIRST PHOTOS !

LES TEA PARTIES D'AUJOURD'HUI SONT UN VRAI SUCCES SI L'ON EN JUGE PAR CES PREMIERES PHOTOS !





Protesters carrying signs and American flags participate in a tax day tea party rally at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield, Ill., Wednesday, April 15, 2009.
(AP Photo/Seth Perlman)






Hundreds rally at the State house against taxes in Concord, N.H., Wednesday, April 15, 2009. Protesters began gathering at state Capitols and in neighborhoods and town squares across the country Wednesday to kick off a series of tax-day protests designed to echo the rebellion of the Boston Tea Party.(AP Photo/Jim Cole)






Karen O'Neill of Huntingdon Valley, Pa., holds a sign in the rain during a tax day protest on the steps of the Capitol in Harrisburg, Pa., Wednesday, April 15, 2009. Protesters around the country are gearing up to rally against tax day with 'tea parties.' Organizers say they're steamed at government spending since President Barack Obama's administration took over and are planning their own mini-revolts.(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) 










 Nancy Woodrow, of Glen Rock, Pa., holds up a sign in the rain during a tax day protest on the steps of the Capitol in Harrisburg, Pa., Wednesday, April 15, 2009. Protesters around the country are gearing up to rally against tax day with 'tea parties.' Organizers say they're steamed at government spending since President Barack Obama's administration took over and are planning their own mini-revolts. The rallies are designed to echo the original Boston Tea Party more than 235 years ago.(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)




People march at John F. Kennedy Plaza, also known as Love Park, in Philadelphia, during a tax day protest, Wednesday, April 15, 2009.(AP Photo/Matt Rourke)





A father and son dressed in patriotic costumes join in a "tea party" demonstration in Lafayette Park across from the White House in Washington, DC. Coast-to-coast demonstrations against US President Barack Obama's big-spending economic stimulus package are promised for the day that is also the deadline for filing federal income tax returns.(AFP/Karen Bleier)




a protester holds a pig balloon during a "tea party" demonstration in Lafayette Park across from the White House. Coast-to-coast demonstrations against Obama's big-spending economic stimulus package are promised for the day that is also the deadline for filing federal income tax returns.(AFP/Karen Bleier)






Protesters wave signs during a "tea party" demonstration in Lafayette Park across from the White House in Washington, DC. Coast-to-coast demonstrations against Obama's big-spending economic stimulus package are promised for the day that is also the deadline for filing federal income tax returns.(AFP/Karen Bleier)



Bill Goslin of Ballston Lake, N.Y., holds an American flag during a tax day tea party rally in Albany, N.Y., Wednesday, April 15, 2009.(AP Photo/Mike Groll)





 

 

 Patrick Will of Eaton, N.Y., holds an American flag during a tax day tea party rally in Albany, N.Y., Wednesday, April 15, 2009.(AP Photo/Mike Groll)





 Bill Forster of Ilion, N.Y., listens to a speaker during a tax day tea party rally in Albany, N.Y., Wednesday, April 15, 2009.(AP Photo/Mike Groll)



Robert Paul, of Norwalk, Iowa, center, applauds during a tax day protest, Wednesday, April 15, 2009, at the Statehouse in Des Moines, Iowa. Protesters gathered at state Capitols and in neighborhoods and town squares across the country Wednesday to kick off a series of tax-day protests designed to echo the rebellion of the Boston Tea Party.
(AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

 


 A sign is seen on the lawn of the Statehouse a rally at the Statehouse in Montpelier, Vt., Wednesday, April 15, 2009. The rally on tax day was one of many in a national Tax Day Tea Party protest.(AP Photo/Toby Talbot)







People take part in a tax day protest rally, Wednesday, April 15, 2009, on Fountain Square in Cincinnati. Protesters gathered at state Capitols and in neighborhoods and town squares across the country Wednesday to kick off a series of tax-day protests designed to echo the rebellion of the Boston Tea Party.(AP Photo/Al Behrman) 




Several hundred protesters participate in a tax day protest on the Boston Common in Boston, Wednesday, April 15, 2009.(AP Photo/Stephan Savoia) 

 


People take part in a tax day protest in Nashville, Tenn., Wednesday, April 15, 2009. Protests took place around the country to demonstrate against recent bailouts and excessive government spending. Protesters gathered at state Capitols and in neighborhoods and town squares across the country Wednesday to kick off a series of tax-day protests designed to echo the rebellion of the Boston Tea Party.(AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)





The crowd displays signs during a 'Don't Mess With Texas' tea party rally at City Hall Wednesday, April 15, 2009, in Austin, Texas. Protesters gathered at state Capitols and in neighborhoods and town squares across the country Wednesday to kick off a series of tax-day protests designed to echo the rebellion of the Boston Tea Party.(AP Photo/Harry Cabluck)


Commenter cet article

kate 16/04/2009 14:59

J'ai oublié : ils en ont parlé aux infos et meme le figaro.fr ! c'est un début ...

kate 16/04/2009 14:56

Je suis bien contente de voir le monde qu'il y avait FrenchNail !Bravo !Obama doit rire jaune !

MARIE 16/04/2009 11:14

Il faut tenir bon et intensifier le mouvement. Cela commence petit, mais peu à peu l'opposition grandira quand les gens s'apercevront que leur quotidien ne s'améliore pas au contraire.

FrenchNail 16/04/2009 00:07

Je rentre a l'instant de la tea party ou je me suis rendue. Je suis gelee. Les Dieux n'ont pas souri aux patriotes du Nord-Est. Il faisait 3 degres et une pluie dilluvienne et glaciale.

Mais les reportages des Tea Parties qui commencent a l'Ouest sont plus ensoleilles. Et des milliers de gens commencent a se rassembler.

Pas un mot de la Maison Blanche. Des centaines de milliers de citoyens sont dans la rue et la Maison Blanche les ridiculisent en ayant dit : Le president n'est pas au courant des ces Tea Parties, il a sa propre reception dont il doit s'occuper (C'est mercredi, et il y a coktail a la Maison Blanche).